At a bad time for the NFL, it gets some very good news: an eight-year, multi-billion dollar deal.
The throttling was meant to start Wednesday, but Verizon did an about-face.
The Ebola virus has become the unlikely arbiter of the latest winners and losers in stocks.
That didn't take long. Three days into retirement, the Yankee great launches a media business. Here's hoping it's more interesting than he's been.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian stocks fell on Thursday, dragged lower after the first case of Ebola diagnosed in the United States spooked Wall Street overnight, while a bout of risk aversion pushed down yields and put the dollar's recent rally on pause.